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FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28,
The annail session of the St "P'"re
Baptist Theological Institute will commence at
Dover on Tuesday next, anl continue io- j
. i r .a,i
are hoUiojr their
The Baptists of Conn.
2Sth annual Convention at .New unisio, '
tinuefortwod.js. The Bapti st ibnchm
Old Cambridge, Mas?., has JelicateJ a meeting
house, costing 123,001. free from debt. The
M'a chman and li'fi'dor says that some time
ago a Congregational church in Long Island
went over to the Ctptists almost in a body ; and
that now another cae. precisely similar, is about
to occur. The Rev. K. E Patterson, 1). D.,
formerly President cf the Waterville College, now
Colby University, has been elected President of
the Chicago Baptist Theological Seminary.
The Baptist society of East Burke, Vi., on
Thursday, the 22nd ulL, erectel the frame cf
their new church. They intend to have it realy
for ose next month. The Fairhaven Baptist
Church edifice is rapidly approaching comple
tion, the spire having just been raised. The
Rutland Herald calls it the test meeting house
owned by the denomination in the State, aside
from those in Burlinjton and Erattleboro. The
dimensions are : length, 'J7 feet ; brcallh. 45
feet ; height of spire, 120 feet ; the brick tower
rising 60 feet. The main tower contains 8'',
000 brick, and the whole building :!OT,000.
Estima'.el cost of the building $23,090.
CON GREG tTIOKAL.
Rsr. James T. Ford, formely of Stone, VL,
now laboring with a congregation of colored peo
ple in Charleston, S.l, is in New Kngland,
soliciting funds for erection of a bouse of wor
ship at Charleston. Rev. Mr. Packard from
.Maine, is supplying the Congregational church
in Peacbim. The renewed and remodelled
Congregational church in Stanton, Rev. E. J.
Rinstow pastor, was dedicated on the rth
instant. The sermon was by Rev. E
II. Giiffin of Burlinjton, who took his text from
Paul's observation of the altar in Athens de
dioatel ' to the unknown God," and inculcated
the lesson that our reliance m upon the God of
the Bible. The church was renewed at an ex
pense cf 10,000, and is one of the neatest in
the State. Rev. C. M. Soathgate, of Vermont,
has rrcaitel a sail to the First Church, Rock
ville, 111. The new Congregational church
at Kocbnrgh is to be called Memorial Church,
it being fifty years since the first building was
erected. Tbe only public bequest of the late
Ahfier L. Btyley, of Amesbtiry, Maec.. was
3.000, to the Union Congregational Church,
of which be was a member.
We learn that the Wardens and Vestry of
Trinity Church, Uutlind, have extended a call
to the Rev. Daniel C. Roberts, formerly of Mont
pelier, aud Chaplain of the Vermont State Senate
n 1807, to become Rector of the church.
The American Church Missionary (Episcopal)
Society, at their auo'versary in New "iork,
Thursday, reported that their receipts last year
were 565,50, and that 56 missionaries are now
actually employed. The society have engaged
in negotiations with the War Department, with a
view of supplying its missionaries to act aa In
dian agents instead of army officers, at several
importa' t stations. The Episcopalians have
In the portion of New York City between 14th
ttreetand the Bowery more churches, protably,
than any other denomination. St Peter's
EpHOopal Church, at Auburn, N. V., dedi
cated October lsib. Bishops Cole and Hunt
ington, together with tome 25 Episcopal clergy
men from different parts of the State, were pre
sent SL Peter's church, Baltimore, was
opened for Divine service on Sunday, Oct. 9.
This is see if the largest and finest churches in
UBLS. tl. CURIITIAS.
About fifty years ago the First Universalist
Society in Providence, R. I., paid 82000 tor
their lot on Westminster street, and now they
have just sold it, for $101,500. One hun
dred and eighty-three churches, 100 of which
arc in Massachusetts, 7 in Maine, 10 in Near
Hampshire, 4 in Vermont and 3 in Rhode Island,
were represented at the National Unitarian
Convention in New York, Wednesday, by 4'.7
ildrgates. The annual meeting of the Unitar
ian Sunday School Association of Uassachusetta
was held iu Springfield, commencing on the
There is considerable religious interest felt in
the Methodist church in Peacham. At a re- ;
cent meeting of the Pataburg Conference a dele- ! claims of Kottsee. a Hungarian town, and the
gation from Maryland brought fraternal greet- I f"c,lru"
T , , . . , Z , .. ,, The other Sunday aa Mr. Beecher was giving
logs from that part of the church South, recall- hi ((,it & tt(mt &tlieril.i0,killp. mlD w
ing old aEsoeiatioiH and speaking of a possible I geen elbowing his way towards the pulpit. As
re-union. Peter Cartwright, the noted Me- ' the words of tbe text rung out Who art
..... r , 'thou? Who art thou?" he evidently tk them
tied: preacher, spoke at Dubuque, Iowa, a few , t0 he , p,,., .pp.,,,:,,,,, nd gravely re
days ago, and a paper of that city remarks : plied : " I'm a pig merchant from Chicago,
It was a stratge eight, and one we may never : sir. I hope you ain't mad. There ain't nary
expect to see again, to behold a man it, the pul- hir or '' " , . o
.... , ,, . , . I The recent death of Mr. J. A Simpson, a
tat bee us who was Hi ye.r. old. had been j ro, ,IWJW f hio remin(ls th(.
SO years a citizen of the West, and who, '.0 . nlti , ,,rjr 0f the fact that the deceaed
years ago, crossed the Mississippi where is now
St. Louis. He preached in tbe State of Illinois
when Chicago wt'untnown. arl fee faw fpent
60 j ears in the eaiJle, riding through tbe great
West." What reanms to the completion of
the change in tbe polky of the Methodist Epis
copal Church, is a two-thirds vote of the neit
General Conference, approving the almission of
I ay delegates, according to the enactment of the
last General Conference.
Cuinese is Lima Illtreatmelv and Re
venge The question of Chinese litor hal a
new development on the 4th ult, near Limi,
IVru In fourteen j ears over 43,000 coolie of
the lowettgraie have been imported, and re
ceive miserable pay and worse treatment. On
the morning in question a gret number of them
a the plantations of Pativilca and Galpon we,
aaj after kilting the white, tbe moft revolting
atrocities were practiced on their deal bodiis,
and delicate women and children subjected to
shameful and cruel torture. They next attempt
ed the s.ck of the little village of Barranca, but
a proprietor being notified in time, secured his
family in a chftpel. and with a friend opened fire
killing over t-ixtyof the wretches. In the mean
time the vilU?ers erectel a barric-le, pop ted 40
men behind and when tbe coolie?, now num
bering approached, ehot the leader dead.
The Chinese, goaded to madness by this low,
threw themselves upon tbebtrricade. The fight
for a few moments was hand to bund, and tbe
whites tfufft-red severely under the knives and oth
er weapons of their aailants. Soon, however, the
coolies fled, and the brave defender of the church
having placed his family in a place of safety and
found several companions, appeared in their
' rear, and commenced such a vigorous fire upon
them thit in a fbort time all order was lorgottcn
and tbe insurgents were in a beaJIong flight
Troops were sent from Lirai, but the Chinese
bad taken to the mountain. Work on tbe plan
tations is paralyzd, and tbe loss cannot be lee
than a million of dollars.
The Great Uillued Cost est. Tbe great
billiard game in New York laet week letween
Joseph Dion ani A. 1. Hudolphe, for the chitn
ptonship of tbe United States aad tbe diamond
cue, filled Apollo Hall with a motley assemblage
of poiiticians, sports and brokers, tbe interest
being increased by the romance of PiiiJolphe's
late experiences in the French army and his op
portune return. To silence side better",' the
penalty for making a noise was ejection. Tele
graph wires had been laid right into the body of
the hall, anl each icning was telegraphed to Chi
go, Sau -Francisco acd Boston by an operator
who sat close to the players. Tbe game wat
played cn a table especially made for the pur
pose. Dion entered a little ahead of Hudolphe,
and while the Frenchman wore a very anxious
look, Dion was tbep'Cture of calm, quiet confi
dence. Tim Flynn was chcren referee, while
Lapt. Ifoyle ectel as umpire lor ifion, and Dud-
ley Kavanagh filled a timilar position for Ku- j
dolphe. BnJ'l SchofielJ waa appointed marker I
Inttringins Dion won the choice of ball, and I
took the white, leading off with a safety shot m
the right hand corner Hudolpbe mi-Kl, and ;
Dion made a neat run cf ninety. Uuiolphe soon
followed with one cf 120, anl the game contin
ued steadily in his favor till midnight, when his
score was 1279 to Dion's 8S7. From this point
the game was very tame, Hudolphe winning at
last, in tbe fifty-third inning, by 319 points, his
average being 2,8 lB-3.
.Negro Outlaws ix Noam Carolina. A
Richmond deepatch reports that in Ilobeson
county, North Carolina, the people are all under
arms to exterminate a band of negro outlaws
and murderers, ho have committed the most
flagrant outrages daring the Uft twelve months
in that county. On Monday last this gang
made a raid from Long Swamp and robbed the
houses cf Augustus Leach and Mrs. McKay,
locking the inmates up in outhouses. A party
organized to capture the robbers was ambuscad
ed by them and fired upon, two being seriously
wounded and one killed. The pursuing party
returned the fire of the robbers, but with what
effect is not known. The gang is said to num
ber about fifteen, under the leadership of a no
torious ruffian named Henry Berry, of Lowry.
At last accounts the sheriff had organized a large
posse to pursue the Tilliaus, and a request for
arms and ammunition had been sent to Wilmington.
The city of Charleston is slowly rising from
the ruina in which it was left at the close of the
rebellion. New baiUings hare been erected in
the burned district, the water front his been re
paired and the streets give decided inlieation of
renewM u:e ana prosperity.
The temperance men cf Missouri have held a
enacting prohibitory laws, but decided to lay be I
iui (ucii icuuw tiiixcue lilo iu j'l,'. " j
holic drinks should be avoided as beverages.
The Galling gun is wincing high praises in
England. At a distance of considerably over a
mile, the small size, throwing a three-ounce ball,
made 1C5 hits out cf "18 shots, in two minutes,
beating field-pieces at their own range
Boston is to have the grandest musical per
formances that have ever taken place in this
country The famous Handel and Haydn Soci
ety, comprising one thousind singers, announce
tbe production of four oratorios'in connection
with Mile. Nilsson and troupe. This will be the
culmination of musical novelties, for this season
Joseph Peele, a lad of fifteen, died at Paterson,
New Jersey, Mocd ly, from the effects of a whip
ping by a couple of Germans who caught him
stealing chestnuts on the farm of their employer.
They beat him brutilly, and left him tied to a
tree in the field.
It is believed at the Pension Office, that, con
trary to general expectation, the amount needed
to meet the demand of the pension rolls will in
future decrease, and that the maximum of ex
penditure was reached a year ago.
It is supposed that the late unprecedented
freshet in the James and Shenandoah rivers was
not caused by continued rain, but something like
the bursting of a water spout," on or about
their headwaters; and their sources are not a
very great distance apart. The flood came down
the Shenandoah in great waves succeeding each
Elward Young, chief of the Statistics Bureau,
has addressed circulars to all parts of the coun
try making inquiries with regard to the prices
of labor, subsistence and manufactures, the
value of land and the expense of transportation,
in order to brable to make up his report on the
subject to tbe present time.
A colored female, of Lexington, Ky., wanting
to die, poured some powder on the floor, laid a
s'x pound cannon ball on it, and seating herself
on the latter applied the match with great resig
nation. She expected to creite a sensation by
going op through the roof, but was only severe
Tbe Chicago TnU, m thinks artesian wells
should supply cities with w ater. An artesian
well of six inches bore will deliver half a million
gallons per day. at a cost of the interest on say
SJ 4900, for sinking the well, which would be. at
7 per cent , S2S0 per annum That is to say,
an artesian well of that size woul 1 furnish the
people with 511,000 gallons of water for 75 cts.
per day, which amounts to but one-seventh of a
cent for every 1000 gallons.
At the last session of the New Jersey Legisla
ture, laws were passed authorizing the people of
certain townships to decide by ballot whether
intoxicating liquor" should be sold therein. The
plan having been found to work advantageously,
a concerted effort is now to be made throughout
the State to have the same principle applied to
the larger cities.
Thecaseof a New York pickpcAet.upor. whose
person had been found a letter from an accom
plice, advising him to see a certain official and
give him fifty dollars to have the charge set aside
was thus summarily disposed of by Judge Bed
ford last week : You are one of those who
claim to have enough political iotlueuce to es
cape all punishment for your crimes. To show
the falsity of these statements, I will send you
to the State Prison for five yeai s ' '
The French residents of San Francso have
been holding a fair for the relief of the French
wounded. An auction sale one eienmg realized
over s000from 1".4 article sold. Ordinary
bouquets brought 5 VI each, and a cane made
from the wood of the vessel m which Lafayette
came to this country soli fur :)5!i A silk
French tlaz realized s . and was presented to
the fair to be sold again and again.
Thus far tbe census returns cf seventy-one
counties in IUinoi have been recei.td, with a I
total population of I,' 1 '.(J . being a gain of I
C42,U0'.i since the census of l't. Thirty-one !
counties are still ti he returned, which in IN-"
had a total popuiatun of "i25,574 If these
should show a sain in the same ratio the others
have, the poculation i.f lihuuis is about S2.500,
000, or a tutal gain of about sixty-six per cent,
j There was to Ua.c b?en a wedaiog in Nasb-
' w-;Haa tka ntlior nifrtit Ths hr. 1 1ST BUI a B4r Hit
ha4 sererai of her fnenda to witness the cere-
i moaj- After tbe f remclwr bad arriTeu ana
nearly an hour bad oeec lost m awaiting me
Jilatorv bri lecroom, the !attcr slouchei in,
wearing his 4 everydsy cl thi and electrified
the afieembtftge n:th the announcement " It's
no ose ' liis here 'rangement can't come off.
Mt oder wife won't let me have my good close.
There seems some little doubt whether sedan I
chairs are derived d;rcctly from the place of
that name, fur Evelyn aicerte that they were
brought from Italy by Sir Sanders lJunconibe,
sxd the word nay perhaps be related to the Ital
ian li '. This point u as knotty as that con
nected with the kindred worl coach, on which
volumes have been written, supporting the rival
was a party to the last duel ever fought in the
State, The circumstances were as follows : In
I.i6, being at his residence, be had a disagree
ment with a Scotch gen He man. Mr Simpson
demanded immediate satisftction. At the first
fire Mr. Simpson was wounded in the upper part
of thefrkull and fell to the ground. The Scotch
man tied, and has never beeo heard of since.
Tbe wounded man recovered, aad practiced law
most successfully up to the time of his death
Cammins vide, O , a suburb of Cincinnati, has
just been distracted over the question of admit
ting colored children to the public schools. Tbe
school board passed a resolution a J mining them
aud three or four pupils made their appearance,
whereupon to of the teachers resigned aad a
number of parents withdrew their children l'e
titions to tbe school boar! for the exclusion of
the obnoxious element were then circulated and
signed by a large majority of the voters in the
place, and so much opposition to the action of
the board was manifested, that it was concluded
to remove tbe colored children from tbe schools
until after tbe election.
It ia said that the inhabitants of AlM.ce are
iigning an address declaratory cf their fidelity
It will be the fate of the Parisians agtin to
drink Seine water. Tbe artificial supplier! ofthe
city hare bfec all of them interrapted.
It is calculated that tince the commencement
of this war foreigner have sought re
fill? 'n Brussels. The hotels in that city are
crowded and lodgings csn only be obtained with
The German joke just now is ' Napoleon's
humiliation is Wilhelmfhohe " Wilhelmahobe
in Gcrrcan signinee William '9 exaltation, or
Dismarck (if we may redit a German paper)
has made a rather cruel joke at tbe coat of the
illustrious prisoner of Prussia 44 Napoleon is a
most polite gentleman ; he is Fuppofed to have
said he was nnxioas to return the King s visit
Quite a number of French soldiers have
lately b?en found cancelled at Weisfemburc who ;
had been hi I and supplied by the inbtbitants 1
since the battle there, and who were only dis
covered by accident.
A correspondent with the army before Mett
says: The investing cordon is to be drawn
tighter than ever, tbe beet shots are to b? rtip
phed with French Chassepots and to do duty
on tbe outpotts close to the beleaguered city.
From which it would appear that tbe Prus
sians acknowledge the Cha;epoi to be a better
weapon than their own needle gun.
Several French officers who were male prison
ers on the surrender of Strasbourg have been
allowed to leave for Switzerland on parole. Gen
eral Ulrich is among the number. The Gardes
Mobiles, who are all natives of Alsace, are be
iog sent to their homes. A great number of
foreigners are already flocking to Strasbourg,
but it is difficult to enter the town.
As an instance of the good relations oxisitng
between officers and men in the German service
it is reported that among the officers killed at
Sedan were two of the Eighth Battalion of Rifles,
Captain Count llutler and Lieutenant Uo-JtfrUin.
The men dedaretl then resolution to bivouac on
the epct whre tbe bodies of their comraJes laj.
thus intending to demonstrate the esteem and
affection they 6ore them. Having procured as
many can-lies as they could get they formed a
circle of lights around the two bodies and en
camped beyond that circle.
A Truisian Protestant clergyman, who has
been a prisoner m Metz for the last month, de
scribes Metz as being in a state of the mo&t per
fect order and discipline. The hospitals are well
regulated and carefully attended to, and the
wounded are rapidly recovering. Sicknefs is,
however, ttill in the ascendant, typhus, diarrhrc i
and djeentery being greviously frequent. As to
provisions, horseflesh is the staple commodity in
the (hape of meat, but there is no lack of bread,
biscuit, coffee, wine, &c Kach soldier is allow
ed one pound of meat and one-half pound of
bread or biscuit per diem. The inhabitants
pursue their daily avocations as usual, while all
the large cafes and hotels are doing a good busi
ness at enormous prices. It is only the small
cabarets that are closed. Tbe general in com
mand, Bazalne, has informed tbe officers and
men that he is expecting a French army, which
will sweep the Prussians out of France like chaff;
they must be patient ana watchrai, ror that
million of French soldiers are arming for their.
Remixiscoces. When John Saze, editor of
the Canton Repository, the oldest paper in
Ohio, heard of the battle of Sedan and the cap
ture cf tbe Emperor, he wrote and published
J ttin nfvinr.t rf ttift .venl in & cnlnmn naraUel
with a reprint of the account he wrote and pub
lished in the same paper of the surrender of
Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815. lie is the only
editor, probably, in the world who has written
of the exit of both'Napoleons in the same paper.
Wm Gen. Steixmetz was Relieved. It Pv
itr ..hli.hnl that the cause
ttanlW of General Steinmetx-th. mtxlern
Blucher from the command of the first army
corps, arose from a difference of opinion between
that ciEcer and Gen. Moltke upon points of
strategy. Gen. Steinmetz is said to have had a
predilection for the bayonet, incompatible with
a brecch-loaJiDg age With every allowance for
the necessity of rapid and decisive successes, his
style cf warfare, it is claimed by military critics,
smacked too much of the more primitive tactics
of the olden time. His assault at Spiehwcnhill
is open to this objection. It is declared to have
been a mcst courageous feat, and as reflecting
the highest glory on the men engaged in it. But
tbe generalship responsible for the movement is
open to serious question in view of the enormous
loss of life, and the fact, since made apparent,
that tbe formidable positi6n might have been
gained more easily by turning the flank of the
French and waiting for them to withdraw. In
deed, it transpires that Gen. Failly was in the
very act of drawing off when he found his reir
attacked by those battalions which might as
effectually, and with considerably less damage
to themselves, have operated on bis flank. Tht
controversy which, on this and similar occasions,
arose between Generals Moltke aud Steinmetz
has at last resulted in the latter resuming his
former post of Commander-in-Chief at Posen.
Willi THE WoRKIMJMEX Or GEEMAXT TUIMv
or tue Wak. Mr. Ribert Applegarth, the in
telligent Secretary cf the Amalgamated Society
of Carpenters and Joiners, on his return from a
visit to Germany and the Rhine frontier, where
he had' gone for the purpose of ascertaining the
effects and influences of the war upon the work
ing classes and upon their homes and occupa
tions, states, as one result of his inquiries, that
up to the capture of the Emperor and the advent
of the republic in France the workingmen of
Germany generally were ready to make any
sacrifice for the vigorous prosecution of the war,
but that now they are almost unanimously of
opinion that enough has been done to vindicate
the honor and secure the safety of Fatherland,
and are in favcr of a cessation cf the war and
the return of tho army as soon as peace can be
concluded They are entirely opposed to the
attack on Paris, or to fight against the French
republic, ami strongly protest against any
attempt ou the part of the King of Prussia
to annex any portion of tbe French territory.
The German republicans, who are very num
erous and strong in all the large towns, are
organizing a united movement for calling upon
the King of Prussia to conclule at once an honor
able peace with the French republican govern
ment and to disclaim all idea cf the annexa
tion of either Alsace or Lorraine. The council of
the Internationa'Workmen's Association in Lon
don have also received letters from their branches
in Germany expressing the same views.
n i: a i tiiis!
In ofier t-i be appreciate!, must be known. after
wards, it needs no praisa. The fame with the
BJ-.uiIcIi Celote On;a:ii.
How are j - u t. koow the mtrttti of these organs '
HowaroQ to find out their lupmaritf abova
Whv, Z" -ir-d examine them at .11 Court street.
Boston, whera they are reeetvinz the highest en
mnilunn from all who hear them, as aur-ier and
lrffiruU u ill o'lier Maies. without anv excep
tion. 1'ianos, and all kind- of 3Iulcal Mci
chumliM' at I,oet Price.
JO I IX C. IIAVNBS i. t'O.
N 33 COURT STRHET BOSTON-
f'sc i'emtc's Pain Killing
"IT WOltKs LIKE A CHAIUI."
Thi .s the Seat Family Remedy to cure all kinds
of Pam you ever tried.
It U -ieao, safe, and delicious to use, and If you
use it faithfullv. it wit-L Do roc oood
J'tm-tiona ou each bottle. Buy it of your Orur
ait or Mt reliant where on trade. If they have
not eot it on hand thev will send for it. at your rs
one.t. nnd sll ou tisNCINE RENMTS PAIN
KILLING SIAlilC OIL, at the manufacturer's low
frsold t-y Drugirist", Mercbants and urooers,
j K kI2 k Bole Proprietor and UanaTae
tarer, PiTTiiEUf Mjs.
HENRY 1 CO .
June IT weowiSfditly
Of ll PER Mi iNTII. The best telling bjok
CUOU ever i ubii'hed. Agent who sell uor new
PLMN lu'ME TALK AND MEDICAL COMMON
Have n 'a.pet tion. There never was a boot pub
lished hke u. Any tody can eell it Every body
want :t Many aenti are now making from fjrt)
to fw i- montn Miiing tms wonuenni dcok. h
page Descriptive Circular sent free on application.
ne want urn! lire Aeenu men wno ean iuijv
want z'mxI lire Agents men who can rally ap-
rreciate the meriU vt th work, and the fact that it
meet a universal want. AicenU who desire to do
mod as well as make nrnnev ad'lrees
Wells & Corn. ! :J Broome Mreet. New York, or
B. R. &irn(.tn. .? 8eollaj' Building, Boston. Mus.
Oct. IT dovatiw4w :
TASTED A thoroughltf practical Datrvmai, to
? take charge ofa dairy of upwards of !Snewi.
in the country near a large citv. Said dairy has
complete Improvements tor cat tine, crlnding, boil
ing and preparing food, etc., with c.mj'.ete steam
power. n man merely aecnttomed to farming or
the care of Hock need apply. A practical man of
great experience, and accustomed to the pr4wtion
and handling of four or five hundred gallons of milk
per day, a wtll u tkr rarr of ttoci, with the firm
and prompt manajrment ii kand. is the person need
ed here. To such, furnishing the necessary reoom
mendation. a liberal ini-y gtoti heuMe, and exelo
sive charge of hands will be given Tbe farming is
a separate department. Address DAIRY, corner
Pennrvlvmnia av. and llooman at , Baltimore, Md.
Oct lM-dod4w :t
sroo it i:va it i)
For a case -if Catarrh that Dttneritt's North Ameri
can Catarrh Remed cannot cure. Price per pack -ae
$i,'- (two buttles ) Fur sale by all druggists.
12i Hanover Street, BuUs. Send for circular and
Sept ! I Iw-'in
55 aie: woi:k.
rplIE suhrvribers woo id inform the Ladles of Bur
X lioton snd vicinity, that they have remo.ed
to Baxter's Bloek, Collese Street, where tfaey will
keep constantly on hand, or make to order Switches,
Chignons, t'arla, Frizettet etc. Soft Rolls aad Nt
fcr sale. All orders from abroad promptly attenled
to. Fair prices paid tor hair.
31I&8 J. E. BRA DLEY,
ISwtf MISSM. F. BRADLEY.
17011 S.tleR, the Short-1 Iorned Boll
1 MA I. V KILN UOV,ty.
Roan, cot t.v Climax, S453, dam Snow Drop, by Lu
citu. Mt6. Malvern Boy is a praDd Mjow bull, of
rreat snhstanoe. and in form and style ctronrlv re
semblee his grand aire, id lhike of Thorndale.
YOUNG BULLS, COWS AND HEIFERS,
The get of
C'LI.M VX. nth Duke of Thorndale and 4th Duke
COWS HEIFERS IN CALF to 14th Duke of
Price? mMerate, and terms easy
A. W. ORISWOLD, or
WM. WILLIAMS, IlerdsmAn,
Kalvern Farms, Mornsville, VL 9wtf
VAI.UAIII.i: FARM A Nil
7ISHIN(i to en'rsjre In t ther business, the un
f V ders'sned triers tor sale bis farm of llacres,
toeether wi'h 20 head of cattle, 1 horse, 4 bogs, bay,
jrrain, farming and dalrr tuols Tbe farm Is ploaa
antlr situated In Jeticro. 2 l-i miles from Rich
mond. The place has a yanz orchard of 7". grafted
trees, one-balfof which are in bearing order. The
bouM aod hara are supplied with running water.
Thehruseand out-buildiogs aro conveniently ar
ranged and in gc d repair.
SI. B. MILES.
Jericho Centre, Vt., Oct. i.T ICer :w
FA KM FOR SAL.K
It. PARMELEE offers his farm for aale.for
txerlv ownel br Charles L. Smith. contaEn-
io about j acres, situated on Ilnatol Flats, one
of tbe finest places in New Kajland, 2i miles from
Dratol Village ' mile from lNew Haven East Mills,
where there is a Cbeete Factory. A ?ood Dair j
Faito, well fe need Plenty of (rood buildings one
of the largest and beet bares in the County : plenty
of wood, and well watered with r nics brook run
nine throush the yards. Sixty acres of interval
very best for grain, the remainder clsy. Bald
farm is one of the test in tho County, in a good
state of cultivation.
For further particulars call and see.
Bristol, fiept. II, 1370-w3m
RK.L KNTATK FOIE. SAUK.
'I-IIE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale tbe following
i real estate, vis .
His nome Farm cor.tainlnj 30 acres of land, good
supply of choice Fruit, good younr Sugar Orchard.
Suir House anl fixtures of modern improvements
for making furiir Running water at the bams for
the stock. Uitrict bebool, High school, and
Churcb. within three-fourths of a mile- and two
Cheese Factories within two miles. Location pleas
ant, near the centre of Willirton.
Also a Wood and Timber Lot cf 57 acre?, and a
Pasture of " acres, 31" acres In all.
Tbe alove described loti can be sold separately
or together. Al'o the stock and tools with the farm
ifdeired For farther particulars enquire ofthe
subscriber on tbe pre mil es.
Willuton, Vt,, Sept. Uth, !S70-d2tAwtf
A good apology for a bad habit is found In the
A. II. CLARK & CO.,
At 27 Church Street. Also,
GOI. I)K. LEAF CHEWING,
S.ll OKI.YG ,
HEAVY Brown Wrappers for sale ckeap at the
FREE PRESS OFFICE. tdt
FIRST AATIOXAI I1AXK OF Ill'K
L1M.TO.V, BCRLIIGTO, Vr, Oot. II, 1 '
T Ike Comptrotlir oU r-urreufy,
;raAiit;l0n, D C. :
hi -It Is hereby certified, in pursuance of sec
tlon 4z ot the act of Congress entitled An act to
provide a national currency secured by a pledge of
United States bands, and to provtdo fr the elreula
tionand redemption thereoi." approved June 3,
lt.tbatat a meeting of the stockholders of tho
First Nattcnal Bank of Burlington, locate! at Bur
linirton, in the fctate of Vermont. dulynottSed and
held pursuant to law and the articles of a'soclation
of said bank at the office of sail association, at Bur
linston, aforesaid. on tbe l2thday of-October, i -70.
it was voted by tho shareholders of said asscc ation.
owning more than two-thirds of its stock, that said
association go Into liquidation and be clcsed on the
i;th day cf October, liSTO, for the purpose r.f birg
consolidated in good faitb with the Merchants Na
tional Bank of riurlington, Vt.
In testimony whereof I have, by Instruction f the
Board of Directors of sa-d association, hereto sub
scribed my name, and affixed tbe sel of said aso
clatlcn, at Eurllngton, aforesaid, the day and year
ISeall L. C. DODGE, Caah'er.
NOTICE The First National Bank of Burline
ton, located at Burlington, in tho State of Vermont
la closing up its anatrs. All note holders and other
creditors of said association are therefore hereby
notifisd to pre'ent the note anl otberclauns against
tbe association for payment.
L. C. BO DOE, Cashier
BcnLlsaTOv, Vr., Oct. 14, I'JTO. dawjits
First .Valiottal SSanl;
OF B U Biltf.VGTO.Y.
Ilnrlinglon, Vt., Oct. I3tli, 1!P.
Correspondents a nil Sic
positors of this Hank arc
hereby notified that this
i: tt ulc has been put into li
quidation for the purpose
of consolidation with the
McrchaiU". ."Valional atanla-
ui nrisMXCTos, vi.,
and at the close of business
on the llh day of October,
IS70, the boohs, accounts
and balances of this Hank
irill be transferred to the
said .merchants .National
Hani; of Burlington, IV.,
and all orders, checks and
communications should be
addressed accordingly .
Outstanding checks upon
funds deposited in this
Bank trill be paid by the
.Uerchants .Yational Bank
and dealers trith this
Bank can continue their
business irith the .Mer
chants .Yational Bank up-
.1 i,.. il,i Ihrll
OU the SamC tCrnlS lltai till y
hare had in this Bank, and
irilhoul interruption of
their current accounts.
By order of the Board of
.. L JOIM.a:,
.Tlcrrhanl Aational Hank
Ilurlinglon, t., Oct. I Sib, I-TO.
The First .Vational ISanU
m. r:. ........ I ..... i r
OI HJI(li;i(ill nuii'i.
put into liquidation for the
ItUrniISC Of Consolidation
irith this Bank, ice respect-
fully invite the dealers and
custom ers of that insl Hut ion
to continue their business
ir Hit this Bank, assuring
thctn of the best terms and
the most careful attention
to their interests.
TUn fittiilnl of IlliS Batik
is now $"00,000, to be in
creased, as business requir
es it, to the limit ofi ,OO0,
OOO. iritlta circulation of
$r IO,0OO. and a large sur
plus, audits arrangements
lor tltC transaction OI every
. . .
description of banking bus-
incss are complete and up-
on an extensive scale.
fflr iff nr tllC MtottVti OS
MtyOiaCI I HV M.oai tl l
V. . WOO DUO I SK,
THE KSTAIII.llll.MKNT C)K Til
:irv of n ww vouk
Having proved a decided succe?. It has been unan
imously resolved by the Board of Directors to
DOUBLE THE CAPITAL STOCK
(in accordance with provision of tbe Charter,, in
order to meet the lnereaslng basinets cf the Bank.
A SvbseripUon Book Is ordemtl to opened on
the Fibht pat or Octoser, ikto, at the Banking
AO. :U! BKOAinVAV.
OrerliSO.iMiof the New Stock is already taV en.
Friends of the bank declrinir to ubtam tbe bhares
at par, should make application at onee. Payments
of n per cent, of the amount mbMirihed may te
msleon the loth of October. November and Decem
ber respectively, and the balance. To per oenU on
the leth day ot January. 1 rt
WITH A rAID-VP CAPITAL OF
Which can be furtSer lncreAwl, a business re"
quire, t the limit of
The Prefident and Directors have confidence inrf
feting to the public the facilities of their institu
tion. State and National Banks. Private Bankers, Sav
ings Banks. Trust Companies, Inpurnce Compan
ies, Railroad, Manufcturinif, and other Corpora
tions. Executors of I- states. Trustee. Public Oncers.
and all who have trust moneys, or who act in any
fiduciary capacity, whether they iive in tvr Vora
or elsewhere, are invited to open account with the
bcccsiTV Baik or the Citt r N'kw York, by
-letter or in person. Business Paper Discounted for
Merchants aid Depositors at peven per cent, per
annum. Gold Accounts keot. Fiscal Agencies of
btates, Plnntcipauties, ana corporauons accepted .
JOSFPU U. ORVIS. President.
BENJAMDf IL DEWEV, Caihitr.
No. 319 Broadway, New York, Sept. 26, 170
.MISSOFRI cor.s rv UOXDS.
We offer for sale the following list cf choice eecur
Cass . - -ll.nry
Johnson - IU
Petti - 10
School Dial., &
Casa Co - )
Ralle - . 10
Callaway - 10
Macon - - -
Vernon - 2n
Knoz - - in
Lafaietto- 1 1
90 " "
n A Int'ft.
72 i" "
6epara1e pamphlets for each county, containing
an ouiclal bnancial statement and lull information.
sent on application. Information cheerfully and
promptly furnUhed by letter or wire. Bonds dellv
ered free on line of any expreaa route. Any bonds
sold by us with coupons payable at points outside
of Hew York city, will be collected and remitted
or, free of all charges. Address
KAM'L A. OAYLORD A CO
Stock and Bond Brokers, hu Louis, 3fo.
Oct I Mawlm
No. 103, Sudbury Street, - Iloston,
WITH TBI COafBCllnOX STRUG CTSUTOK.
New and Second.nand Tables always on hand and
for sale at the lowest prices. O lve me a call.
April SS-w6m R. E. W1LMART11, Agent.
Vermont Fro it Trees
CUAMI'LtlV VAI.LBr XrilSEIUKS.
TREES THAT WILL LIVE.
Jpple, Pear. Grape, Plum, Cherry Treel, and
Flatten" Plant.. Ertra Hardy, immense Seon.c
Rn.iian and Crahpple. a .penalty.
The Hardie.t of Ike Hardy Varieties, araitn at
north of Burlington, near Wlnoo6kl, Vt.. on the
road to Mallett's Bay.
Jgentt iraRfes. Carretpondenee .alteitrd.
Sspt & wlyr
... WANTED for a new fresh book 1
ixgeillS Justott. Dsikit's S CBEOlIX
Boas A!o ManrTBS; very attractive in matter and
style and steel engravings i turpa-e-mg beauty.
By the author of "Srrrd Jlpilm.' and otbir
worts that liavo soli by too 1UJ.0 i. Oi l and : l
apnta are UleeUrswttU great snore's fend stauip
for terms. K B. TitfcAT CO.. Publithers. G..I
Broadsav. uct-i; aw4w
TIIK CI1.H I5.EI.IAHLE
Xcrr 1 agluntl Family Medicine.
TO BE rOC.S'D IN EVERY VILLAGE ANDTOWN
IS NEW ENGLAND, IS
A THOROUGH TONIC AND STOMACHIC.
LODR'S NERVINE Is not a new medicine. Int
U cimponnded from the .e.l and ;re.r drmra. Con
tains noOPIIlM. STRYCHNINE or MtRCCBA in
lorm.aad is exprwly adapted to ths relief
anplorm.aaa cxyreiy "'"I11'
ana jnnanent cure of all forma of
Couhs, CoWb, Fevers. Acne?, SUlioasnf 8, Co nni
piU'n, Diarrbra, Neuralgia, Female W"k"".
lleadache, Convulalcna. fcleeplewn en JLVf
Liver Complaint, Consomptlon, Kalntintr Fiil
pitatlon, Rt fUessnera, lmzlcesfr, ChUdrtn'a Troub-
et, dc 4 c, &c t
Is a Complete SpoeWc for sleeplessness. It soothes
the throhbinimiele like majle, and tranquUtses
the mind. And everytxidj knows that good sleep
la better than all medicines. And all folks that
Cant Sleep Nint.
Should use this truly wonderful medicine.
Isrne of the best remedies ever employed In the euro
of the nnmeroos and troublesome ailments known as
FOR WHOOI'IXS COUCH.
DODD'S NERVINE Is a-iministered with unex
ampled suecee Slothers, remember this and save
your little noes the ajony ofa tnoet ditresslne com
plaint. It also works admirably in Measles, nrins-fmr-'ut
the rash well and leavlnj the bowels free
and healthful. For the diseases which afflict chil
dren when teethlns nothins can furnish more In
stant or crateful relief. Remember, it contains LO
opiua in aa form.
LOOK OUT I'OR COI.DS.
It Is proverbial that people treat a cold (and tbe
generally accompanj inT cough) as somethleK that
will cure Itself but neirlect Is serious and some
ti jies ratal. The fan of Dodd'a Nervine In the re
lief..! eolds I) established. Cse this standard reme
dy, and sj far abstain fnn liquids of all kind alto
keep somewhat thirsty for a tew days, and the worst
cold will soon be uno.
iikad: read:: ri:ai:::
The f..:lfiinK letter fnm the largest dru: house In
the United Matea-
trffies Geo C. Goodwin and Company, who e.ale
druggists, Ilannon 8a., Bneton K".
Dear 8 r We have sold Dodd'a Nervine for the
last six years, and can truthfully say tnat it has Riv
en entire tat enaction in every Instance, as far as we
know. Darin- the last year we have sold over i e
teen tk.u...d bottles of a our valuable modiolus, and
consider its immense sale a sufficient proof of Its re
liability. Truly Yours.
J GEO. O. GOODWIN Jt CO.
For sale by all druggists. Price ene dollar.
UcL 17 fulwtw
SKASO.V 01' 1S70--I.
.Ilmun A Hamlin Cnbluet OrsHn.
i.'eatei June at.i 1.yuit it, I-"".
r....- a Tt.mlli, Omn Cn . have the Dleas- '
ure.fanr.ouncinf; important improvemeuu in aneir
,.'lKc, orsans, for which Patuts were rranted
them in June and August last. Tneee are uoi mere- ,
y me-etr)ctonj atu.hmentx. but enhance the sub
ttanuai exceiieu- u-vw aMHiwuajs..
Th.r ,n. .l enabled hv increased faeilttiei for
inanofacture. to make, from thl date a further re-
ductfon of prices on several ladini: styles.
Having etmpleted and added to their fonrer fa- i
eilitiefalargeuew maouTc;ory, they hope bore
alter m supply ail orders promptly. j
TLe Cabmtt Organs maae by this Company are of
such universjU repoUtlcn, not only throughout '
America, but also in turope, tnat few will need at- j
suranoecf their superiority n 1
Thiyno- offer OL R OCTAVE. CABINET OR
OANB, in quite plain eases, but equal according to ,
their capacity to an thmc they malML fbr iSAsffh.
Tbe SAME, ICBLIt REED, p. FIVE OCTA K. j
iSoCBLK REKD OROA.N8, FIVE tfTOPS. with
Knee swell and Tremulant, in elegant case, i. .
teral ofthe Uason i I lam I in Improvement, i
i The same txtra, witn new ox nawut, Aium
ie bwell, Ac, It'" FIVB OCTAVES, TI1RFE
! SETTS REE SEVEN 8TOP8 with ECPIIONE j
a sp eotfid instrument, S225. ,
nd redact prices. U now ready, and will be at
rre. with a ut;monlal circular, preseattaic a treat
A new liiTmraisu -im ' :' .
J, r in the MDMioritv of tbeae 1n-
itrumeots, to any one aenQiof; nia wntri w .
Qn,a A WREK paid AeenW mal. or female, in
CUU a new wannlactortne- bnsiDess at h.une. So
capital m,mri. Addr. noviwryj.
TTYJ-par made frtn Cider. Jo
in lo hours
without dram. Send 1" cents lor Clrealar
Oct: Idawlw Cromwell, Lonn.
I'ltKK TO BOOK .aGKTN
W; will send a handsome Proenectna of onr NEW
ILLUSTRATE!' PAUILT BIBLE to anv W
Airent fru of charge. Addreea, NATIONAL PI B
LISU1NU CO., Phlla, Pa. Oct ltdlwlw
sio M ine riKui so ct.. i
S..mrtbinr nricently needed by eTerybody. Call l
I and eaamice, or samples sent (posters paid) tar ,
-i cents that retatl easily it h'k n ,
OOTT. l-l Chatham 8q., N V Octl-tdtw!" .
GSEAT SUN-SUIT CHOP.
8h..ihi.wtortooMetbeproBtsuf the FARM, ana
how farmers aad their sods esa each naake
$ 1 0 0
In U nlar 1 i I
I FinD, s, name and address to ZlrGLER
M. l'VRIT,frrln&neM. Ms. Oct I wawaw
Cornells, Colda. iloarsenees, Asiama, awpanen
j nryneiorthoThroetor Wind Pipe, aad allCetar
Tb e woDderfol modern diwovery of Carbolic Acid
Is destined to beocme one of the crateet Messdn-s
to mankind in its application to diseases of the Un
man Race, and it great enrmtive qualities in all af
fections of theCHrJST. LtNtiS AND STOMAL II.
PR. WKM.V CAH1IOI.IC TAHXKrS
betide tfe gret rNnedial atent Ctrkltt Acid con
tain other Ingredients uniTetsally recommended,
which eheaieaUr oomblne. produoinir Tablet
more hiihly mediclaal and better adapted for dis
es of the Human race, than any preparation ever
before offered to tbe public.
FOR WORMS IN CHILDREN
no more efioaeloiw remedy can be found, in Uci.
tbeee TABLETS are a Specie and should be prompt
ly riven for this painful radering of our little ones.
In all esw where the KIDNr.YS do not perform
their function properly, they shovld be freelr U
ken, when healthy actlen will surety follow. They
are invaluable as a preventive of all disjs of a
Co-ntir. na tare, an l no family should be w ithout
Try Well 'nibolic Tnb!et
Price. 2T. Cents per Box. Sent by mall on receipt of
the price, by JOHN O, KELL0jO . M Piatt St.,
N. Y. Sole Agent fur the.United BUtes.
SOLD BY DRUOOISTS.
Oetoher 1st. l-n fdiwlw
I l CRMs ViTi:i IU'' A MONT!!)
I A. by the AMERICA.N KNITTINO MACHINE
I CO., BOSTON. MASS.. or ST. LOCK, 110.
Sept. I. tdlKim
TirANTED AOKNTS. Jfji per day to sell the
i V celebratei HOME bllCTTLK SEWING MA
CHINE. Has tho under-feed, makes the "lock
stitch " alike on both sides.) and Is fully licenced.
The best and cheapest family Cewing Machine in
the market. Addr.ss. JOHNSON, CLARK 4 CO,
Boston, Mass., Pittsburgh. Pa., Chicago. III.. orSL
Loai. Mo. Sept. 19 tdtw lm
The Magic Comb H? SSSSS
hair or beard lo wnnaneat black or brown. It
oontalnl na potmn Anyont can u. iL One sent
by mall fir II. Addrew J1AOIC C01IB Co , Sprlnj
Oeld, Maas. Auj. li tdai
BEST STORV PAPER IS THE rXIVFASE. A
J3 Prize to every snbscriUr. Send Stamp for
Trlie Clrcolar and Specimen. J. R. ELLIOTT,
Pnbllrfier, Bortsn, Mass. Oct ir 'dlwlw
Or Soclnl Life in the Great City.
Wonderful developments among the aristocracy.
Married Women exposed. Ac, ac. Price fJ.2S.
The best Bock to sell published. The beet terms to
Agents ever given. Address, N. V. Book Oo 15
Nassau EL, N. V. 0ctl7-rdiwlw
a v v it i: c ii in i: s i:
WITH GREEN TEA FLAVOR.
WARRANTED TO SUIT ALL TASTES.
Oct 17 Idiwiw
it. sTTtCHOiiS & co.,
Bourd PUnert, BhEftln', Water Wheeli. PUnlai
MHlj; Saw Mollis, GristlUls, Marble UllU, S1U
fcr BoaU aad Bridges. Patent Stone Dig
stxt, Patent DrasBaws. Horse Pow
ri, Bteoix. K&fnea, Boilers and
Pomps, Iron Fenoe and Rail
ings. Iron A Braei Castloti-
STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS
Or ALL KI2.B3,
Leather an,l Rubber Belting and Mote.
Patent Bteam PacklsS, Mom'iTwirt DrUli, Corll
Engine, and Worthlnstoni Pomps.
Plourer CuIMIni;f Burllnfftlon, VI.
B. R. Nichols, m ....
PORTABLE STEAM EIVGINES.
COMBININO the tiiaTimurn of enlcienoy, dura
bility and ooonomy with the cinimna of
welsbt and price. They are widely and C-ToraWy
known, more tian 800 beinp In nse. All warranted
satlsfartory, or no tale. Inscriptive elxcnlartt aect
cn application. Adlreas .
June 34. UeotUw6m La wren oe, Man.
If ore new goods at Barlow's. Wo receive-: u-lay .
another invoice of thoae celebrated
AMERICAN CKOS GRAIN'
MaanfiO tared bv Cheaev Brother. Ilattfjrd.Conn. ,
Warranted ell Sii. We hare also recelTed this
aai ome new (tylei In Salt Clcthi 4 J)rs t.oo&,
a well AAA full ok of laournlnc troodj. sash m
EDzlifh Cratiea. Brmtaz.nei, rrettormep, Jo., Ac. t
we are Mian? au inese gooa at low price! ana
i rcfpeetfnlly ak an Inspection of good and price.
No. ljC Church Street.
We have joat received ip'.te on invoice of tine
Black Thread Edgings,
nice coods, French We shall sell these rroodj at a
small advance on wholesale price f,
CORSETS! CORSETS! !
We are selling a cood Corbet for 75oents. CaII
andieeit. He alto bare oorual atsorlmentof
ni: French Oorstrta, and at the naraa prices at which
we have been selling them.
ED UtBIt B.TBBj o II,
,Yo. 2 sic Church Street.
Oct 14 Uwtf
Fall and Winter Goods at the
In all desirable styles. Special Bararaics in
K Ij .1 C K .Siji'.S C.3 S
f. H. 3U10ND8 1 CO.
New style, good quality, vary chesp,
B7 F. H. MIIOKDS i CO.
lokapbr vaav avsu ar nut
C O II .Y V. B N T O B B
for I.nJit', Mi vl ChiMreH,
At P.'lu;ad Prices by
II. SIJID.VUsa CO.
Burhaslia. September 2Hfa wtf
I i()()TS alld SHOES,
flltr.AT ItlMMTTIO.V I.N PRICF.N.
I HAVE NOW OX HAM)
The tarteM nail 3Iol Varied AaKiit
ment of HOOTS ami SIIOKS in
V EH MONT,
Which I wtll SELL on and after th'idate.at prices
. that cannot tail to u.t the elotcat onyer.
KH1 PAIRS I.VI)IK' a ITKIIM3 CT"-,
I'KR lAIR, 1'OK.MBH I'RirK
FRO.M it TO
ZSIcn's Ivij) 13oots at
LESS TH-i.V COST.
lon"s Thick Hoots at
rOTR OW.V PRICKS.
l.Y E.YDLESS VARIETY.
Come One, Come All.
TI1UV MfIT .1X1) SHALL. HE SOLI)
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST.
H. A. 5IOONET.
B3 Church Street.
WKKW A. DAVIS, j
1."I Cbnrrh Sirret, Unrliiiflon. Vt. ,
Now ready with a choice assortment of Boots. ,
Shoe. Slippers and Robber', suitable for FALL OR
i . i i r. rs wear abdook our many .inua. wvu.u
t,articnirlv mention the mannfaetnres of
Ladies. MUses and Children's line of fine work, nn- Leanng Ogdenjbnrih every ia. , (Snndays ei
eioelled for beaaty of Uniah. cepted.) on arnral o! tu- n trains, f. r Chicago. Mil
"I'lRKWKI.LS,' t wankee, Shebo gan and intermediate ports, witl.nl
La.1,0.. Ui..s, and Child;, -ork.alraady faro, j cJ0?X13I7.:Bitrt:
ably known. mediate porta
" II .1 A s," i Paaeenxera and Pamiltes mov'nic West,saa en.bark
La.Ilea Men, and Boys' work, renowned for their with their Luggage, Teama. 6t.k, Ac, and laad
dnrabtlity. together without disturbance or Transh.ptsent, at
Oct stock if Boots A Shoes coarse and fine their port of destination, thus avoiding the great ic
ewed and pegged are selected with great eare. ! convenience of the many changes. dela s and ex.
from reliable mannteeione, ana togeuier wiin
those made to order, will be sold at fair prices.
A share or patronage is solicited.
Neuing .Mnchine of the World.
f ? von want tbi bit SEWING 31 A CHINK, bay a
J. yew Stvl Wheeler and Wilson, Stlent Fttd!
Lod-k frife-A, Sewing Machis.
The Wheeler St Wilson has long been known aj th
And latest rnnntn Lock Stitch Sewing Machine
io the world, and the rery fact that rr Hundred
Thowand of thete uuurbice are in uio to day, fhowi
how tbe great pxibiu toooree tius ai me
st a si) a k i s k w i xc m a c ii i xe
ok tiif:' world.
The Wheeler & Wilson Company ma.le and sold
in l-t'-, the enormous number of family ma
A number of valuable improTements hare
been lately added to ths machine, and if you see
the aYcm .Vac in you will buy no other. The un
deriigned baring taken tbe General Agency for
Northern Vermont, has opened an office in the flora
neit to Ripley k Bbattnek's. on Church bt., where
he will be happy to how these machines to all who
will furor him with a call. Machine btitehtngof
all kinds done In the bert manner and at reasonable
prices All machines fully warranted fir three
tears, and we will sell them on time, the pay Uken
In Instalments if desired.
E7 Actire Agent wanted, to whom extra in
dneemenH will be offered.
Old machiaea readjusted and repaired In the best
manner. SOLON M. ALLId,
Sept .-d.ftwtf Genl. Agent.
MONEY CANNOT I1CV ITt
For Sighl is I'rieclcsu I I
The Diniuoml GlniMC.s,
U A5UPACTURED BT
J. . Spencer $ Co,, .V, 1
Which are now offered to the public, are pro
pronounced by all tbe celebrated Opti
cians of the Wold to be tbe
Natural, Artlflclalbelp ofthe human eye ever known
They are ground under their own supervision,
frcra minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together, and
derive their name. ' Diamond," on account of their
hardness ani? brilliancy.
THE SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLE
On which they are constructed brings ihe core or
centre of the lens directly In front of the eye, pro
ducing a clear and distinct vision, as in tbe natural.
healthy sight, and pre renting all unpleasant sen-
s&uons,suonas glimmering ana wavering
dliilness, etc., peculiar to all others In use,
THEY ARE MOUNTED In the FINEST MANNER,
la Frame, of the best quality, of all materials
used for that purpose.
THEIR FINISH AND DURABILITY
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
CAUTiCPt. None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
C. W. WINGATE,
Jeweler and Optician Is sole Agent for
From whom they can only be obtained. These goods
are not supplied to Peddlers at Any prioe.
rMMEDIATELY, a 600D TINSMITH.
ALLEN A READ.
act. 17 J4wlw
have renuored ti th'Ir'raw aiM pe" u
West Side of the City Kail I'.aifc.
When way be found a wall Mlstted
ri PUR 1ST I J'URB!
PARLOR i: CIIAMBEft 8Um.
S llir.ROItS CENTER TAKJ8S,
2 MATTOESSE, FEATIIBRS.
; SOFAS, L0traW,4c4C.
C0RD8, TA8U1S ARB
I'rlccs to Suit th Time.
AI.I.H.V a. ST03B.
Auc 17 diwtf ins
TSN iPlBCES. WALNUT CAEVIN8S.
Si. .!. .YEIjSOJY& rr
TEN PIECES, BLACKWALKCT
MOOUIK08 AND CAKVDSS
Fort-FiTr Jlollnrs : 1
F.TJ R 1ST I T IT "R 35! !
MO. UKKCHAMI-L.ll.N. lSIO.
Vein 5 ork, .11 batty, Trwy,
Niagara Falls, Buffalo, and all Runtbafll acd1 West
ern Points, Oaslewbore and the Csuvlu.
Summer At rangement.
UNITED KTATES, J Sssaas Buamow
Will, on and after M JN 0AT, July II, 1ED.0
TWO DAILY LINES EACH WAV.
Leavee Burhcgton l a. af . and 9. r.u.,
1 arriTSj of Vt. Central Trains.
tloMeonneetlon Is aaade at Hnltanail 61
mnntln. .nH nmnf hnete. with trains f
Uer Sarmtoga R. SL. lor Saratoga. Troy. Albany,
new rorsanaute men.
Leave Bnrhnrton 4. a. m.. and 3.(4 p. m. Tbe
I mornins; and afternin boats make close caaneettoa
1 at Plattsborch with trains tor Montreal aadOffdtete
Freicnt taken at lowest rates,
i ITf TBROCUil TICKETS ran be ohtainwt on
board of Steamera and at the General Office. Wast
1 aide of City Park.
Passengers and Baggage transferred betweeai can
i and boats FREE OF Oil A RUE.
A. L. INMAN,
Brlinetin, Oct I'M " -fdAwtr
l-.0 MVE roi II MOET. !8TO
ChansTs. Ttonble, ielays and Expenses.
And take onr oonafort going West by the
ril'D DAILY Ll.YES OF STEAMERS
iur hoat tx xicht iioat:
With twenty I rt C'.aia Steamers, only sis d.
thronrh t. M wackee and Chicago, witbunt change
of boat First Claw Tickets include Meals and State
i-cue w uun mam. ta.- i an. nicMionj a.-, c
anreCabini and State Kooms. atnolv ani neatlv
, furnished, for First Class Passenger, and bj-f.o't
1 Cabins with Cock Stores and oomfurtahie ac""rcuio
dations for Pusavgen and Famiheswho may wini m
, famish their own provisions. No erts w 11 be
pAred to malntAin the repuUUcn of tuls, as the
CHEAPEST ANI) UEST nOl'TEi
Be sure and see the agents of tbi line betVro idu
buy your riokets. Trustj men will aiwaj j meet Pf s
seoKBrs at the lepot io Ogdonshurg, to uke Ch?ck
and recheck Baggage for this Line. Ask l-r T:ckct
via Northern Transportation Cotspanv's bteauers.
The only American Uncs 1 earing Ogdentlur. We
will make it the .merest of everj Traveler to the
Agents of this Line before purchasing el jew here.
One hundred pounds of baiaire free, each pas
senger Begsafe checked through to all points.
EThrough Tickets to California and all points
in the Great West INorth West and South West,
cheaper than the cheapest, on applet: on
G. A. Bdpt, Mantginj; Ageat, Ull.ce teamd
LMdlng, Or'lMisurc. N. Y.
Geo. w. Smith. General Ticket Agent. Office
corner Ford and Patterson streets, oppvjaite Johnson
House, Ogdensburg. N. Y.
II. J. Good.to, Fajsecger Agent.
April JU t'uta
The Attention of jonng mea who desire a thor j
ongh preparation for business is called to tbe advan
tages afforded by the above institution. Tbe pat
ronage of this College has become so great as to ea
able its proprietor to place Its facilities ler Impart-
in a thorough business education upon a plane
which in not been approached by any tntttwtmn '
of itmttar chva-ttr '
For full Information, College Jonrcal, acd Spoci
menaofpenmanhip. apply by 'et'er to
BRYA.VT, STRATTON A CARNFLT,
Sept 7 dawta Troy, N. Y.
Board and Tuition per annum,
IEclImuth Ladies' College
Inanirurated by IJ. R. U- Prince Arthur. Board
and Tuition per annum, tix. pRmi'tsi. The
Very Rev. I. liellmuth, D. J).. Dean of Huron. 1 or
Particulars apply to Majrr Evans, Lcndon, Canada
West. Sept lO-MAwIy
t'lTV rilUTOGRAI'H ClLLERl',
N. W. Corner Chnrch .t Ilauk Streets,
II . Ia . ji 1 X C Y ,
Iscsxcc and Manager.
Ws wish to express onr thanks for the teaerons
patronage these rooms have received dnrloe the
put season, and for the promise, by a steadily In
creasins business, of future favors. The Ideal of
success aimed at will be as beretofcre. the produe
tlon ofthe most perfect work, and the satisfaction
Mees will be continued until April lit, ISTI.on
the following scale.
Card photosraphs,whethervIznettesjlttinjr. stand
lnj, or copies, 12 for Jim-, 4 for $1.00; Duplicates,
20cent; M10. from life. $1,011; do copies. $iO, Du
plicates, SO cents; Hill, 111)); Duplicates, rtcts.
Berlin Heads, the ccm'.DC style or Album Photo
graphs. 12forJ3.a, 4 tortus. Duplicates, "Bets.
roofs always shown if requested.
t- Ferrotypes ol styles and prices to suit alt
tastes. Portraits in Oil. India Ink; or Water Colors,
Porcelain Pictures, Stereographs, Albums, Frames
and everythlni usually lumUhed by galleries of
this class, Sept S4 cUwawJm
I I The rullonin: responsible; Companicn
I j represented ittthis Ascncy.
E'ratiSiiiij Fire 5iiw. Co.
Of PhUadelph!a ra.
, Aeta, - - p,nt,i M
! racific IiJMiraiicc Comoaiiv
Of Ean Franaum,
People' S'irc ln. Co.
of Worcester, Maes.
,ta."rlae Fire Insurance Co.
i Oi New Yerk.
j Aasata, ;nMWU
I City Fire 3tiwiirncc Co.,
j Of Hartlbrd, Conn.
I JJcrelini:! an.wurancs Co.
j or nartfcrd, Coam.
! ALSO TBI
i Traici'ers Iis.xiirance Co.
Of Hartford, Oscn.
Leasee libaiailr adpistod, ad proraptly paid at aus
In th Lite sad AMHest Department, IMIcto ar
ottered In tk Orttrinal Trassiers Inanraaco Coaa-
paoy, arpoaa tlsaXeae Ht. wji aa.
AlavewieiatTS laaauatw aar aaj iiiwiei w se
from ooe to thirty ia tk Railway Pattrr Aavaar
aao Coaupaay or Hartford, Oosna.
TH. I. PBCK,
Corner Cbnoh aad Bmnk fin.
April tt-t-ciwtf BsrllBiCtfln, V t.
! Bepresests the followiac W aad ataaae& la
soranee Qosapaciea .
of Hew Tori .
i Cash Assets. - $!J53Jiejl0
I .Mortal American Fire IksXo
Cash Assets. - asauriTS.
i Etcpubiic Fire Ix. Co.
Cash Assets. . - sn&varji
Ceamrjirefliih fire Ins. Co
Cash Assets . M.vTTVCU.
V' ester h Inatni'aiice Co.
i Cash Aaseta, I
I Indcpenticiil niiiniicc Co.
CathAaMtr. - :wa,nsus
Atinutic Fire Iiisnrcc Go.
of Brooklyn, N. .
i Cash Assets.
! ClevelRHll illMlirancC Co.,
! Assets. - SaiaI2X99
F:retnnn'x Snuirancc Co.,
Assets .... WojMjn
' Ilitrthlo Five.talariMc Ji:sCo
or Baflklo, N. T.
Ruflhlo City I:iurn:tcc Co.,
Of Bunalo, If. T.
Aasele .... 13D0,00(U
AND OTHER FIRST CLASS COMPANIES. 1
Al! losses adjusted aad paid at this o&ce.
CEO. V. HIXOES.Alcnt,
j. n wn --t. re -ua ar.-
the usw nf a u-w Vttue 1 1 tins w( nirfui meoicice.
lrm one t ei 'lit t:!e cure .sa.f fii-u-n, ( rt
la. f.tf He d, hi. t?on. Bvt's, ij.y ruf
tiont af the Sim. Serof t srta, L'trer and "Cm-
ker'm the Voutu ana ttoaiMh It is a pure medi
enn! .xlra -r nati . t ro'td and plaat". Ciniiin'ng
ii Wwtiy Nature i n..st surei-eign curalne pnp-
1erties. Iiih GiJ has instilled into tho regetable
imgdom for healing the sick. It is a great restorer
of the strength and vigor of the system. Those
who are languid, sleepless, have ntrrmu apprthtn
iton or fears, or any oi the a5ections smptomatic
of wtaknen, will find convincinjT evidence or its ree
torative power npon trial. It yoo feel dull. eVeiMy,
dtbiltfated and drxpadnt, have frequent HendMkt,
mmuthtatttM Btmdlf in the morning. trrtglar appe
tite and tongue coated, yon are safleriBg from Tor
pid Lir or " Btitwuret " In many caaea of "z,it
tr Ctp taint" oaly a part of theso symptoms are
per.ned. As s remer ftr ail such eases, Dr.
Fierge'a Gulden Medical Discovery has no eqaal as
it elfcots perfect cmrea. leaving the liver ttrenatken
ed na kerutky. For the ca re of Habitual ConsU
paUos of the Bowels it is a never railing remedy,
and those who have used it for this purpese are loud
in its prise. In Bronchial. Tkrwt and Lxtn? IH.
has produced many truly remarkable cures
where other medicines had failed, bold by druzgtst
at tl. in per bottle. Prtpered at theCheaniearLa'
boratory of R. V PlbKCE, 21. 1).. Botlalo, N. Y.
August 1 -id toes thus A sat lw3m
For reotnrins: Crny Ilnir lo it nutnrnl
Viialily and Color.
A dre.B4 which is at oace
asreeaMe, healthv, and elfeet
ul fr preserving the hair
t aded ar grsf hair u -ion re
Mtored (a 1" ortgtHat ffor trith
tie jinn and freknes ytutk,
Thm hair tsthickette-l, fallint
hair checked, and baldness of
ten, thuuh not always cured
by ttscse. Nothlnoanrcstore
the hair where follicees are de
str-yed, or the glands Atrophied
tji'i decay el. But such as re
main can be saved for nsofulness
hv hlsauDlicaticn. lnt&.l nf
foQlInj the hair witn a pasiy sediment, it wtll keep
It clean and vigorous. Its occasional u.e wtll pre
vent tho hair from turning gray or fiUinsorT, and
conseqacntly prevent baldness. Freo frocn those
deleterious snbstaneea which make some prepara
tions dangeroui and injurious to the hair, toe vigor
can only benefit bet not binn IU if wanted merely
nothing else can he found so desiraMe. Containing
neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric,
and yet lasts lonsr. on the ha!r,slTinc H a rich glossy
lustre aad a grateful perfume
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co.,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
HENRY & CO.,
Burlington WhoUtale J genii.
Dec. I- deow2tawweowl2mos
mnnn iamb kxittino maciii-
1aiUUU Mfl In use. sold on their cents,
with little advertlalnff.
Toe only machine that knits circular, flit aad
seamed work, narrowing and widening tn each.
Every lamlly should have one.
Bend fur Sample btocklng and circular showing
wherein the Lamb machine is npentr u alt p.ntt
and cheaper than anv ether,
LAllft KMITl.Mi JIAcniSE MTG. CO.,
313 Washington Street, Eostoa.
T -1 -t t - ij?t 1 1 i r Tver et
a . i u,
the fr,, at ! - . v
n..n - x
Tnl. Acrory whs Fat.h:.a, )e
ILixtuj CASH aaWTBatnv
tirSHiy iiuiwai avoiiars
. O.fMMaMMl. .
T Hufutm jKssa. Alummfuctarrr. .
oedeefreSo oali th aatwsuos cf Bu&sc.
Manufaiilii 'iBaBd persocs harstie )wrpsr.
Bits, So tka aTmrssial fiastUtMa we , ,
ntodweuamor mtill avaaosgtaet '
rtWT. OB SASIilE INSl'RAt. . f
KKtlARLF lOHPANlF- "
Oldest fe Sttatlaurj4arr oar -
Ib thra eoontrr asd KbcU k ,
are ohsnewt fty psrtw n-prvwat ; ?
with imU aavlw ud fi wvt t-
i to policy natdere
At 'Ml Aflaaaey ire oner y. n H - -
JEXw Hun Cempsti y
Sfttme Mn. Com pant
f r StT. , .BS
atisiirrttce Company .
Or LONDON. ES'.
iHaperial Fire In. Co..
OF LONVOS. ESfi
- j An1 or xanjr other Coeapauaiss whie taaaa
rarasnssn anfl W" arawmwo are we.I in r
I every huuaaws roan . aa waose - osurzs
it to orer Ktaslltr MIIHaw. of Dt
:hn ieTerinr better security than ary
Aar-rcr in the Mew KntfUsfl sttwa.
Vfeena phaee at a moment'! notice t:v Iznx.
On aaincie risr. anc aa weaerxwi .boh:;
astSstctttaasMiaftetorr maainr. we ttaak-Jn;
rirect wUl ind It ro be for tnetr adrantase
Ul.U lUSlTlT . .11 ..
their interest, and endeavor so aerre tceaaa
ZHH hs"uBSSALT ADua
astftPBOKFTLT PAID at thU Agssay a ar
Mb. WWa desired w. will suk lossss
Wm emvioT an eapeaUipoed Bsrveyor wi. .
1 mate acrraya of Mills sat other riska warn
...u decired. without .ztra eaane. and r
Ml to DUO. nae ia wa
Mii!aaia pTeJer.oiutea satsamsiisasncs.
I will riee taaan the bee: CoraaMinesB thtaoocrr
i coaaaaBSaeatloa' ey matl wilt nseinn;
sip&ie&s s&w Basetias '
I Tet7 heaTy aaad svaaaanen bssacaadlt will ca.
I m Ha) imallsl riimnsnlis
j ... . . -4ai
i "-.ems v.r '
. R. . WIKCS
Win give joa PaBcis ia Ik
MvvKgeu ttHti maut Cw
panics in the HwM
gr AT AS LOW RATES Ji
As other agents chare J Jr FoUelae in J
1 Companies that temtek Ifaaitftl seeaulij to 1
istrons. If yea pay tBayfcr !nssraaeeyowiE
scanty, an . .t u far hsjCtar to f without fa
''laa u ; a for p
lerw 'u csm. ot Sr.
To 2re insurant Jfgtnis
We make liberal arraiit.aai.K with .t:
ace Azer.ts, by whioh they eaa ret their irer
piasod --h rough ca. and Ihss xnul themselves t :
superior nrtlitlea lor doing this frnrintaa.
We also desire to arraafe vita reliable '.- ai
eolicitappluiaUonsm taw naall towns a&.' ruia?
where we have no IocaI azeatf.
3 f. R. 9. IVIRt
Ijifc Insurance CoHtpKt
Of SEW YORK.
Qfcr,, ' Cmmenlal SeiJ.M." .. 22,-"1
, .Tauaa St. y. T.
J. T. Roiers, ...
PirSts ofthe Company .!.- 4ivtils!.
AU policies .Vw.r.in. .
Tblrtvdaysof zraee each piymsol. a
PL'RLV MUTUAL. I -v.d'i. lapjtal
heinx Umlled w r per d:. .'al ataest).
The moet sseeeaarul CiP a' verorpaort"''-
losuranee eceetvl oa a.1 ' i
plans. . o-vv
Barnard Bros. Managers N E. Branch.
Post" Boildine. Devohire St C..r. f"rAS-
tMton. Mass. u. Vi. wnu. ""Slt
Aa; IS wly Burlinstoa. verw g
tyiMTROXIZE HOME I"',Tr"
The state Fire Innrance "-r
tlnear.arated h. Act at tme Lr-Jf.' .
Ths Company is the oily Fire Iosnrei i a
tanirod In this State, dolus buslaess on "' ,
Plan. It, r.... ... law u, eosattaat w ' .
atoteot w i.
and economy. Security ample.
meuu raueu i.r.
i,vt,..,i.lln h. nrtMlnal teW&S.
Horace II. Dyer, PrerUnt , E. L. Taiap-'
fi. E. Gravis. Rutland. I L. n.Kisisv,l'
H.H. Dvsa, " lu.alIarBa.ar .
J.SasUKU, Falrharen. O.R.iiisl
Z.C.KU.M. " l8-!-"..
W. D. 3Iaasa,Oarendon- I L. BarcHitua.1"1
Ad 2 IS w6m